Homemade Clorox Anywhere Cleaner?

Does anyone know how to make a version of Clorox Anywhere cleaner? I need something that sanitizes, but is safe around children.

By Karen from Knoxville, TN


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September 29, 20090 found this helpful

You could try starting with a bottle of water and adding bleach a drop at a time until you think it's about the same as the sanitizer.

It would be very hard to duplicate it, since diluted bleach is not stable for very long. The key to Clorox Anywhere Hard Surface spray is balancing the pH to a region that delivers good stability. The concentration of sodium hydrochloride in Clorox Anywhere Hard Surface - spray is 0.0095%. This is significantly lower than the sodium hydrochloride level of 6.0% in many common household bleaches.

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September 30, 20090 found this helpful

At school we have to clean tables and chairs for the children. We also clean changing tables and any toys that go into the childrens mouths.


The rule that was given us was to use 1 part clorox to 5 parts water. Hope this helps as this is used around children here.

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